Scientists from the CNRS and the Institut Pasteur collaborated with Thai and US researchers to study the spread of Zika virus in Thailand. Although the virus has been known to circulate in this region for over sixty years, little is known about how it got here. To answer this question, the scientists analyzed the incidence patterns of the virus in different age groups. In a paper published in The Lancet, they argued that the current outbreak of the Zika virus in Thailand is similar to the epidemic that was observed in Puerto Rico and Colombia.
The outbreak area in Thailand is located in the Surat Thani province, which has a total area of 835.1 square kilometers. The area consists of plain areas surrounded by hills, forests, and rubber plantations. The population is about 50,905 in Surat Thani, ranging from 16,465 people in 11,285 households. The afflicted region of Narathiwat province is the southernmost part of Thailand. It has a total land area of 372.6 square kilometers and an estimated population of 47,965 in 11.285 households.
The outbreak district was in the province of Surat Thani, which has a total area of 835.1 square kilometers. It has a mix of forest, plain areas, and rubber plantations. The risk of becoming infected with Zika virus was higher in the northeast and the east, whereas it was lower in the south. The outbreak in Surat Thani is widespread in Thailand and the prevalence was highest in these areas.
The outbreak occurred in the province of Surat Thani, which has a population of about 50,905 people in 17,337 households. The health authority of Thailand has confirmed that there have been 23 cases of Zika virus infection in Thailand between January 2016 and August 2018. Four cases of Guillain-Barre syndrome have also been reported in this area. The disease has been detected in several countries around the world, including the United States and Europe.
The outbreak of Zika virus in Thailand is a recent outbreak that has caused many deaths. There are currently 53 confirmed cases of Zika virus infection in Thailand. The country has a very high incidence of the disease, but the prevalence of the disease has varied across the country. The CDC has released an official report on the outbreak of Zika virus in Thailand. The country has since removed the virus from the region. The risk of transmission has been reduced.
The outbreak in Thailand is largely limited to southern regions of the country. There have been 97 cases of Zika virus in Thailand, but the virus has not been linked to any complications. In some cases, Zika virus infections may lead to microcephaly and Guillain-Barre Syndrome in the newborn. The risks of getting the disease in Thailand are relatively low for the general traveller, but the risk of infection is still high.